Project Renaissance, the City’s public/private redevelopment initiative for the Georgetown / North Shallowford area, is gaining momentum and your vision for the area is part of the process.
This exciting development process involves planning for four potential park spaces. We are seeking input from citizens and community members to determine which design option you would like to see for each of these amenities.
Please take the time to review the design concepts for the four Project Renaissance Parks. Let us know which you like best and why. This is your opportunity to help create a better Georgetown and a better Dunwoody. Simply click on the link to view all the design concepts.
Join our community bike ride for ALL ages and abilities! The event takes place the first Sunday of each month - year round. 2:30PM in front of Bruster's, Dunwoody Village Parking Lot. Ride Departs promptly at 3PM; finishes at 4PM.
Route: 4.5 miles total - loop of mostly right turns
The City of Dunwoody encourages your attendance at the Sustainability Plan Meeting the evening of October 8, 2012 at 7:00 p.m., located in the Council Chambers of City Hall, 41 Perimeter Center East, Dunwoody, GA 30346. The purpose of this meeting will be to discuss resource conservation, waste reduction and synergies with other plans.